17 March 2020
Professor Rob Miller, Director of the Whittle Laboratory, speaks about his experience accelerating technology development through changes to workplace culture and shifts in approaches to production and manufacturing.
6 March 2020
How do government, public policy development processes, and science interact? How can scientists engage with the policy world? Policy advisers and academics met with postdoctoral researchers from the University of Cambridge to explore these questions.
6 March 2020
At the CSaP Annual Lecture last month, Dame Sally Davies told the behind-the-scenes story of her work on AMR, drawing lessons for scientists, civil servants, politicians and others committed to evidence-informed policy.
5 March 2020
We look forward to welcoming our newly elected Policy Fellows when they make their first visits to Cambridge next term.
4 March 2020
In the final session of the 2020 Christ's Climate Series, we explored economic considerations in the transition to net zero.
18 February 2020
With the UK government having committed to reaching net zero by 2050, speakers gathered at the third session of the 2020 Christ's Climate Series to discuss the economic, systemic and behavioural changes we will face along the road to net zero.
5 February 2020
As part of the 2020 Christ's Climate Series, Professor Charlie Kennel posited that climate change is no longer simply a scientific or technological problem, but rather a global and societal phenomenon which he described as “the crisis of the Anthropocene.”
23 January 2020
Professor Charlie Kennel, Dr Emily Shuckburgh, and Simon Sharpe kicked off the first seminar in the 2020 Christ's Climate Series with a discussion on UK policy in the lead up to the COP26 UN Climate Change Conference and opportunities for academic research to contribute.
21 January 2020
How can future leaders in the engineering and physical sciences contribute to policymaking? CSaP and the Bennett Institute explored this question at a recent event with Churchill College.
14 January 2020
In December, policymakers and academics gathered at the University of Cambridge for a CSaP-hosted discussion on the future of military operations and rapid response to humanitarian disasters in a changing energy landscape.